ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS
PAULA SHARP is a photojournalist and writer. She is the author of the bestseller Crows over a Wheatfield and four other novels, and she has traveled throughout the United States and Brazil, photographing and documenting life here and in the Amazon.
ROSS EATMAN has been a nature photographer for twenty years. He is a co-founder of Sharp-Eatman Nature Guides, a photographic society dedicated to documenting conservation issues.
Sharp & Eatman are currently documenting native bees of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, situated on the Texas-Mexican border. Sharp & Eatman's latest work can be viewed at the new website, Wild Bees of Texas at the National Butterfly Center.
If you would like to contact the photographers, please use our Contact Page. For further information on other projects by Ross Eatman and Paula Sharp, click on the links below.
NEW YORK WILD BEE PROJECT & EXHIBITS
This website's Wild Bee Guide and its attendant opening photography exhibit were generously supported by the New York State Environmental Protection Fund. Susan Antenen, Director of Rockefeller State Park Preserve of New York, commissioned the project. Photographs and guide text are by Paula Sharp and Ross Eatman. An exhibit of their work, titled Wild Bees of New York, is now on a national tour.
The Bruce Museum of Arts and Science in Greenwich, CT, featured a photographic exhibit of Sharp & Eatman's New York wild bee project, from April 14, 2017 through November 11, 2017. From there, Wild Bees continued on a national tour. It has been exhibited at the Irving Arts Center Dupree Gallery of Irving, Texas; the Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery of the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden; The Houston Museum of Natural Science; and The International Museum of Art and Science.
From June through September, 2021, Wild Bees will appear at South Carolina's Brookgreen Gardens.
For further information on exhibits, please visit our Exhibits Page.